Road rage is getting out of hand
The president of the Australian Driver Trainers Association says there’s no doubt road rage has escalated in Victoria.
But he’s not surprised.
Alarming new figures revealed 86 per cent of drivers had expressed anger while driving.
More disturbingly, one in five admitted to chasing another driver because they were so angry.
Melbourne Radio's 3AW Drive program tried to find out what on earth was going wrong out there.
“It’s sad to see the way our society is going on the road and disappointing, but it’s not surprising,” Stan Gates from the ADTA said.
“Everybody is in such a hurry these days.
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